By Candace Bushnell
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At any moment, she expected Mimi Kilroy to arrive, which would require the employment of a different set of her considerable social skills. Earlier that morning, Janey had telephoned Mimi’s house under the pretense of thanking her for the party. Mimi wasn’t there, and Janey, by telling the housemaid who answered the phone that she was a “very good friend of Mimi’s,” managed to extract the information that after her riding class, Mimi was expected to lunch at Nick & Toni’s. At that moment, Janey decided that she, too, would be lunching at Nick & Toni’s.
Studying Zizi’s face through the lenses of the binoculars, she recalled every word of their conversation, and decided that it had felt far too real and genuine to be his usual flirtation. “It doesn’t matter anyway,” Mimi said. ” Janey asked fiercely. Mimi laughed. “In the first place, they haven’t any money. And in the second, they travel all the time”—she held out her hand for the binoculars—“so it’s like being married to a juggler in the circus . . Well, maybe not quite. ” Janey immediately rose to his defense.
She said. ” “I’m looking for Harold Vane,” she said, as if to emphasize the fact that she was not looking for him. “Ah, el patrón. I will take you to him,” he said, giving her an intense look that implied there might be a larger meaning behind his words. He walked back to the Range Rover, opened the door, and removed a pair of rubber boots. “Here,” he said with a smirk. He held out the boots to her and their fingers touched. A jolt of electricity passed between them. The shock left Janey dizzy and slightly disoriented, as if she’d lost all sense of the horizon, while other details came into sharp relief: a gray crack on the tip of one black rubber boot, the gritty texture of the rough grass beneath her foot, and, burned into her brain, the strange creamy green color of his eyes, which reminded her of the warm Caribbean Sea through which one can clearly see shells and small bright fish against an oatmeal-colored bed of sand.